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The Httctniit if the lnil l ndent to
laddie Hit. New 'i en k TIiikh iiitltlsm
of Ceil Parker upon the Republlrnil
jarty Is an amusing uti Ml Wises in
ilinntinii of Mi .Minn 10 to 1 pollc).
The New ork Times I mill has lid n
a Clew land Dtiuotrntlt oigan Win n
lbf free tllverltts got luntiol of ihe
petntxrntlc part till' Times htranio
Indepoident-Deninciiit uinl 111111111111111
thU poslllon In tlic present I'.iiup.ilgn
lupportlng the Republican e"ndhlitcs
lolelv becmin' n huge wing of the
IlcnuHrntlc pnrt) ri fuses to vote foi
the cheap ilolUr tin- election of Hi win
will foie upon the tountrv That IV
DemiHiiitlc papeis which nppoitcil
Clew laud should Join In condemn 1
tlon of nuthi fiiiwnllniiH Ik not sm
rirlslng It nl"o deinonstnitfH uh.it tin
tupptwd friendship of tht Cleveland
Demotrac) for Hnwnlliins nmmiuts !
Few tltlis or towns of the Mainland
Thoe poile have In in born utnl bud
under the American polltluil hj stem
cuulU hnve paid more heart mid 111
thtulatstlc tribute to Republican nn
tional leaders and Hi publican princi
ple thrill did the citizens of Honolulu
Saturtla) evening. Hawaii's eltien
ihlp wns represented In its Hue
American suu- 1 lit people weie i.m (
In force and the bin Hipublh.iu plial-
anxof voters in line denionstiatid the
toimlarlt and btrtnitth of the l'ait ,
as well as patriotic principles It r-p-
No better cMdence could lie offered
that the llepitbllian pait. is the par-
t) of the people that the Hawaiian-
Americans are fulls awaic of the le
lnonslhllltles placid upon tlum al'
best of all that the are stui'. Iiib the (
tltuatlon with homst nnd umlor ub
Ucomcs true American t Itlzi ns With j
the solid milieus of workirs who huMr
declared thilr alleRlance to Republi
can principles nnd the patriotic spirit
In whlih the new Americans are
accepting new conditions leadvtoioln
that organization that stand foi the
recognition of the rights of the peo
ple, the prospects of Republican sue
cets are of the best.
The tpeuhes of returned Hawaiian
delegates, the detail of their 01 dial
reception b the 1'iesldent and fiom
all Republlian Iiadirs wire 11 lomplet.
refutation of the chargis that nu
cmiis oi u.in .e....o., ... . "
treated as a subject late Although 1
.fit !..! T- t . ..- ,. 1
lately ruelvul Into the Ameilia-i
Union the voters of the renltmy
itand on the ctfttnl footing with nnv
and every American 'Ibis rlglu was
irantid b the Republkan paitv nnd
that partv stands by pledged to pto
tect thnt light
When the convincing arguments pie
sented by paity leaders at th" opening
rally of the campaign have lit en
mr(i t-t abroad throagh the Teultoij,
Here tan be little question n.. to the
rfsult at the polls 1 ho peopl though
new to Amtrlcan polltlis nic honestlj
iwiiltliii Instruction It unmliu Ini
l7io men who have the liest lnleisti of
the people at heart to utippl) the popu
lar dimand resting nssmed thil t'.ieli
efforts will be rewanlid with an over
whelming tndoisemint of .MiKlnlev
and the Ilcpubllcnn part) at the end
as well as the bi ginning of hi cam
paign. Prohibition nnil Uelldlon.
Editor Evening Ilulletln The Ad
vertiser of July 30 cpiotes a piohlbltlon
liarungue from Rev. J. C Hay. 1 will
bow nsk I'arbun Hay u few simple
qutbtlons quoted from the Rev. J. It.
SIkcs of rerosvllle. Ohio. Will l'lo
1. How thtlr tluory can be ticou
died with the command of God, to bu
and use vvlnis.
2. Wherein the snle thereof Is wiling,
In and of Itbtlf? If thiy tan not do
this, will It not be well for them In
consider, before they hike a rttp that
repudiates Divine authoilty and stulti
fies Christianity? I'lohlhltlon pinc
llcally repudlatts the Ulhlc. 11111111,5118
tho wisdom nnd Impeaclus the tlu.
acter of God tho I'lUlur, uiiiiUns
Jesus Chi 1st as a criminal, nud stulti
fies the Chrlbtlnn woild bv plailng it
In tho attitude of. w 01 shipping One
vvhoso rtiincleil action Is In vlol.it Inn
ef tho criminal law One question
fiom S. S. to I'm son I In) and nUo to
"Civic Seeundus" mid I am done How
tan 11 pufcun claim to bo 11 Ululstlnn
and at the same time advocate pronl
lltlon, when God Is on itiurd In oppo
tltlou to prohibition? B. B.
hErunuoAN whts ciiekr " " T
LKADKHS AND I'RISCII'LW
(Ctilitltirtfil (tnM p t I
IHitlim Inn lth mi "t'Mi lo 1 1)
IhHli MaM rupw Ul'lr mtdlil'itt
to la KiiinHvM party kpi'k i
with tfc itttlt' MnrmtMl llli 1 i'
Judicial puaiUetl tw had held dldm
ill at all tlmw lh- rcri. 1 ml poll'
mm rtMmrtWt.ina hla 111 Whll"
the Itepubllm.i (tvhvcattoti dl nut bare
prime. It 'md In Mr Parlur a n-pr-eetilatlre
1 1 Hawaii who wai a jirlnee
atnons " d a prlnr- of iknhI fl
lima It a a ateat aod an Intplrtnit
elRht to ttltniM the reception Rhen
th iikii they hml cent there The
.ili.ti iiennl Inved men ho 'i
ioai t. m.mttwr then imiiin I
due. Their tJirit? men wore lnynl fn-tn
drat in irm utcir noviriiiiient tn.i
when the litcvltnulo rnme tlie trnni
ferreil their loyalty first tn the Una.
I next to the eountrj nud l!ilrdl to
I the llepuhllriin party At Cantim thc
met the I'nsliknt three llinia Mr
Porker' iimnrks to the I'r. nldecit
I would lle In the lilsturt of the ikih
. slim He said to him "Your Hepuh
, Urn u p.ilt has tiikin nwa the Ind"
Ipendinie of our eountr, hut It tiRn
iRmi iir In niiiiihood suffrni;e more
lontrol of 0111 ioiiiitr th.in we ham
'eer Iml before" When 1 ailed on
for n spuih he said "Mr. l'risldmt
nnd filliiw iltliuiR I hate o.il Ihi'i
.1 cltlzui 2!i d.i nnd don t know
whethir I h.ii' a iluht to address l
so" win 11 he was Interrupted with
I lies "Vis, is, hiinnh for I'ark'r
mid (oiitlnuul: "I don t know whj I
was suit hue milts It was that I
neu Hindi a spieth In ni life I a 1
II rani her and 11 crazier and so n
Iloiseelt, and I suppose that Is whv
wt win both nomlnntfd" Whin the
l'risldmt asked him about polltlis In
Hawaii, Mr. l'arker u piled "We h.i-
n Tnnunnn lie tiust and 11 mint tnis.
mil the., are both iimtrulliil 1 Demo
mils" Afterwnid he said to Mi
Sewnll. 'I wondfi what 11111. Coin
will would s.i If he heard me sn.
that." Mr Sewall made an apprecia
te e reference to n manuscript stnie
ment handed to the ilallx papers liv
Mr Wilson He lomlnded with a mm
terly illMiisslon of the Issu. of the
inmp.ilKii. show Inn how the Inter! 4
of the Nation nre bound up with the
Republican p.irtx. Hawnll was rhlll
of a Hipiihllinn nilmlnlsttntlon. Th"
iespnnslhllll of mnklnE this Terrltorv
thoroimrhl ItepublUan testtd with
tin 111 The had a (!oernor appointed
-( Uetlll1lU nn irPSideiit nnd entitle
(J thflp fi,lpl)rt- Thoy must ele(.t a
.K,latul,, thnt woullJ ilolJ ,, Mi
,,,,, If th,,v lleMre(1 a municipal I
Mim t was their duty to elect a U-1
tuilillnnn rlt pnvurnmpnl. Thov wnilt-'
p( R HleKa(e , ConRrtgs ttllo s0ulcl
na , llnU(m ,, the Ul;Ilul)Ilc.,n
.,,.,.,.. ...imlnlstrntlon. He be
I HeM'd tin re was Republican strength
hire tn gle Hawaii good government.
I Thej did not want a demagogue gent
to Washington even If he were n Re
publican one lertnlnly they did not
want n Democratic demngogue. They
did not want nn Independent with no
natlonnl party behind him. It had
I been said onre that Hawaii had all the
bineflts of nnnexntlon without Iho
burdens Now the, had the burdens
Hawnll nettled new- public buildings,
I llghthoiibts, harbors, an otean cable,
the Nltaragun canal. These thlng3
made nil the platform the) reipilrul to
bring before the people of these Isl
andH. Sink those differences w lilt I.
I none more thnn he rigretted. Thru
I when success came thiy could sit dov.,1
t tin banipiet board with their Demo,
,., , ,.,..,,..1 1... .i,.
tiatic fl leads (pointing to the gentle
linen returned fiom Kansas City) as
, tin h gutsts
.lohn 1. Kaulukou, speaking In Ha
waiian resented funefiill) nnd su.
ttssfully nn luslniintlun that native
I Republicans were bought.
l.oi rln Andrews, In n stirring
s 1 ech, ilenounctd the local Demo
unts foi appealing to racial iirejudliei.
lit was a shame 'I he Republicans
said to nil people, ' Conio In with us
und sb.ui' equall) In the party" Thiy
Uvlshed to give this country und this
1 Ity the best governmint. IK spoke of
the campaign foi dieting the Hut
Legislature ns n serious one After ;
seeing the niagnlllctnt turnout nud
leuilng the speeches that evening,
was there nnj thing in parties lo
1 boost bttwien'
Jus II IIo)d said: I will not at
tempt to dUgulbe the plensuie it gives
1110 to be tnnbled to hnvo the honor
of uildri using Republicans hero pits
eut this evening nnd In voicing senti
ments of appreciation and congrnul.i
tlon over the dignified nnd successful
manner In which tho Republlcnn delc-
gatis from Hawaii to the grand Rt-
publknu Convention In I'hilndelphu
performed the duties entrusted to
them . All honor then to Hon. Samuel
l'arker. Judge Kepolkal und C 11. Wil
son whose triumphant home icturnlng
Is so giandl) acknowledged tonight
they have done thtlr duty nnd done
It will. Souh of Hawaii as the) nro,
Hawaii proudl) welcomes them hor.ic
again ufttr thtlr ntarl) 8,000
journey In the Intetests of tho Repub
llian pnrty of tho Territory of Il'ivvnil,
soon It Ib hoped to become another
stui In the galnx) of the Union of the
rnlttd Stntis Honor must nlso bo
nccoided Hon H. SI. Sevvull, tho .W
tlounl Committeeman of the Ri publi
can pait) of the Tenltor) of Hawaii,
foi the ellltlent vvutk he has clone to
gethei with our deltgntes at the grand
Ripiiblltan Convention at riilhidel
I bin. Hi publicans and fi inula: what
t. now phase In the new hlstoi) of this
mld-J'arini land! Hut )esterda) 11
Kingdom, toda) a 'ferritin) of the
Republic of Ainerleii, with a full lletfg-
flie Pacific Hardware Co..
Goods for the household, for
New line of Staple Articles
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, I rmgard, Rosamond
and VV. H Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, 1 14 to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
Stores; Fort Kin? and BetheI s,s-
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE
Beautifull) situ.UeJ mauka of the Government Walal.ie UoaJ.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
The tract 'lope' gentK up t an elevation of over Soo feet. It com
manJs 1 land and ea iev fr m koko Head to the Wai tlae Mountains.
NN'ATBR .an be piped fr n a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For f jrther particulars appl to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
Ex "Rosamond," "Alden Besse,"
"W. H. Dimond" and "Helene"
Supples, Phaetons, Buggies, Runabouts,
Road Carts, Harness, Robes, Lamps, &c
ed Republican part) organized so t f-
ftctuall) that political victor) is us
Biuid. And It ma) be usked how has
all this happened' And how has t liu
thauge been uiioinpllshid, which Iiuj
biought misted and able councillors of
in king to enter tho fort moat inulti
of the Itipublkan part)? The epics-
' tlon is easily answered: Ueiause iiu
wuilans ute inllghtenid nnd piogieH-
slve and tho men who had been lead
us In the eliad past ure uble to ells
tovcr In the future of toda) the only
hope for flie speech and nn honist bal
lot, and that undir the wings of the
Republican party. TIiIb was the party
which had opened the doors lo Hawaii
to bo enclosed within tho protection of
the I'nltid States; nud this U the pui
t) which gave tho Huwallnns manhood
suffrage. I am not only In favor of
fice speech, but I am nlso in tavor of
un absolute!) honest ballot. As the
late lamented Robert Ingersoll once
said, and whoso vvoids I now utter, ns
one of the reasons why Huwailans 1119
Republicans, "That 1 nm a Republican
because it Is a party granl enough,
and splendid enough, nud snbllmti
enough, to Invite eveiy human bclni
in ravor or liberty anci progress 10 ugui
1 shoulder to shoulder for tho advance-
mint of mankind," Again, I 'nm a Re
publlcnn bicnuse that party allows me
to be free, to do my thlnitlng In my
own wa; nnd. because, 1 limit 1110
nepubllian part) Is right In pi InltpP.
Col. llo)d concluded by saying that
he thought If l'rinco David had nn.l
Senator 'llllman's article In IIarptr'9
lie would not have tome home n Demo. (
Ilnoch Johnson dtllverid nn able .id
dribs In Ilavvnilnii
Mr l'arker tontliided the fpenkliiB
bj calling on all Htpublienns to work.
I'nlus they struck together nil this
jdinioustratlon would go for nothing.
the plumber, for contractors,
have been brought here by
SCHUAIANN'S CARRIAGE &
Between Fort and Alakea Streets,
'. For Quality
! Has removed to Beietanla street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from comer of Richard
and Heretanla streets,
I5';tim Tel. 517. Hour!: 0 to 5,
Herr Pastor Isenbergwlrd am Sontann
den ?ten August Vormltt.iRS 11 Uhr In der
Y. M. C. A. II ille Deutschen Gottesdlenst
DEH GEWE INUE VORSTAND.
Pacific Cycle Co,
Jno. Pottie &
house, cttu:, siii-i:p
"Horn Fly Dipv
Sure Prevention . .
C. W. A1ACPARLANB, of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO., I
.... Aasonic Temple .... (
Good Air. Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
1 J M. .Ut. Ui ,'Ji
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering afford
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeut at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands of
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other purposet,
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connectioni
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, or
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of all the
residence sitesof Honolulu.
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
. . . and
"ALOHA COLLECTION I
of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
Corner Hotel and
And all kinds nf Furniture.
Wernicke - Book -
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will helpyju to do It
TUB UE5T IS CMBAPUST
tturtfur our bii U alwiyt tilt lowttt
btctuM thr r no bcticr Eou4f nil, than thos
; Whn yuj tr fiilnE up lh 0I4 ttort or
Flannln int on comuH us regirdlng how to
DatUlt Slrs n4 Dlirly Fliturts w irt
rrerf-r'UltlX-ir Vhlthyou on any kin4 ol Interior
finish ir turryturt In lh sy ol ofnc or store tixturss
rirlill p sUs'vin; tc In titrl woo4s ol til kln4s
Plans in Jtlljnl for Hit itklng ol
Lewers & Cooke,
Hun Waterhouse k u
anp dug kumisuiw
information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
(NATIVE HATS, MATS,
) FANS, CALABASHES
the . . .
AND OURS Is the Noblest Roman o
them all. We have mastered the seme
suit situation bv sheer force of merit, and
there Is none now so stupid as to dispute
our leaderhlp. Our $15 suits are the I20
suits In every other store. And every
other merchant knows that Is so. Whv
shouMn't you know It. too. when the
know leJge Is w orth ts to you? We ituar
antee ev ery suit Guarantee them to hold
color, shape and smoothness. We repre
sent them to be absolutely flawless. If
they prove otherwise, come and get an
other suit. No other house dare make
ucli a guarantee, but we know whereof
AN EARNING OF 20 PER CENT.
Is declared to purchasers of boys' and
children's vests and sailor suits. Come
and get your choice out of the largest
stOvk In tow n.
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS,
P. O. Box 558.
96 and 67G.
9 and 11 Hotel street and corner of Fort
and Hotel street.
HAS REMOVED -.TO MAGOON
Merchant St., corner Alakea.
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